By Bill Bartel
Special to In Homeland Security
A sweeping immigration bill that includes a provision to allow millions of people illegally living in the United States to take steps toward citizenship has the initial support of Virginia’s two senators.
The bill is headed to a full Senate vote as soon as next month.
“I want to review it, but I am generally very supportive,” Sen.
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